Authorities in Michigan seek charges against a man after 70 dead cows were found on his property earlier this year.
A warrant has been issued for 61-year-old Keith Edwin Huck Jr., who could face up to four years in prison on animal cruelty charges. He also faces misdemeanor charges related to failing to bury animals and failure to license a dog.
Livingston County (Michigan) Prosecutor William Vailliencourt said the animal cruelty charges are “based on allegations that the defendant failed to provide adequate care to cows and pigs.”
“Three pigs and five cows were recovered alive and approximately 70 cows were found dead,” Vailliencourt said, noting the animals were found in two locations.
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